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Evidence-Based Training Methods: A Guide for Training Professionals by Ruth Colvin Clark

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Index

 

 

 

 

 

A

active processor, 30

American Psychological Association, 9

animations

routine tasks and, 151

versus stills, 138–140

Arbuthnott, K. D., 10–11

architectures. See instructional

architectures

Atkinson, R. K., 120, 157

attention, 35–36, 64–65

audio explanations, text versus, 99–101

automaticity, 34–35

Ayers, P., 140

 

B

Barab, S. A., 123

behavioral engagement, 186

Bligh, D. A., 61, 62

blocked practice, 172–173

branched scenario, 227

Brewer, N., 84, 85

bulleted text, 104

Butcher, K. R., 81–82

C

capacity limits, 30–31

Chi, M. T. H., 157

clickers, 46

cognitive overload, 31

coherence effect, 132

collaboration, 121–123

computer-based training (CBT), 12

content covered

applying, 53

defined, 42–43

instructional ...

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